📝Part of the content is taken from the section Getting started with Boost.space


The content of the spaces are the items themselves. As with spaces, it always depends on the specific module, in which items are involved and what function they perform.

Users who have access to the specific space in which the items are located can create and manage the items.

Examples of items:

Items contain all relevant information related to the module and the space in which it is located.

  1. module Products → space Product list → item Product (e.g. cola drink)
  2. module Tasks → space Todolist → item Task (e.g. update database)
  3. module Contacts → space Contact list→ item Contact (e.g. Michal Novák)

The items represent different roles in the modules, for example:

  • The Order item (module "Orders") contains all information from the creation of an order to its successful completion;
  • The Event item (module "Calendar") carries information about the created event, its members, and dates.

Different views on items

How items are displayed depends on different approaches according to the roles of the items.


The most common view of the item is in the form of a table in which you can filter the columns, use the filter panel, sort according to predefined designs, and much more.

Tasks - Gantt Chart & Kanban Board

These views are available within the Tasks module. Gantt chart is used to display the timeline, Kanban Board is used to display the tasks as a bulletin board.

Tasks - list view

Tasks have a list view (table view) different from other modules - it can be split into two pages for more efficient work with items.